Emmeline (d'Abetot) de Beauchamp

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Emmeline d'Abitot (d'Abetot) de Beauchamp (d'Arbitot)

Birthplace: Barley, Derbyshire, England
Death: Died in Elmley Castle, Worcestershire, UK
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Urse Sheriff d'Abetot, Sheriff of Worcester and Adeline de Abetot
Wife of Roger Marmion, 3rd Lord Scrivelsby and Walter de Beauchamp, of Elmley
Mother of Robert Marmion, 4th Lord of Scrivelsby and Tamworth; Geoffrey Marmion; Hugh, 1st Baron de Beauchamp; William of Elmley, 1st Baron of Beauchamp; Matilda (Maud) Marmion and 1 other
Sister of Aumary d'Abetot and Misplaced roger

Managed by: James Fred Patin, Jr.
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About Emmeline (d'Abetot) de Beauchamp


 Emmeline d'Abitot married Walter de Beauchamp, son of Hugues de Beauchamp and Matilda Taillebois.1

Child of Emmeline d'Abitot and Walter de Beauchamp

William de Beauchamp+1


[S1916] Tim Boyle, "re: Boyle Family," e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 16 September 2006. Hereinafter cited as "re: Boyle Family."

Miss D' ABITOT7,67,173 was born about 1067 in . Parents: Urso D' ARBITOT and Adeline D' ARBITOT.

Spouse: Roger MARMION. Roger MARMION and Miss D' ABITOT were married in . Children were: Lord Scrivelsby Robert MARMION II, Albreda MARMION.

Walter de Beauchamp, who married Urse's daughter Emmeline (see Dugdale), obtained from Henry I a confirmation of the lands given him by Adelisa, Urse's widow, together with the shrievalty of Worcestershire and the office of constable. These grants, which are recorded in the Warwick cartulary, founded the greatness of the Beauchamps, whose descendants, it is said, preserved the memory of Urse in the well-known 'bear' cognisance of the earls of Warwick. It is well ascertained that Robert the Despencer, another tenant-in-chief, was brother to Urse (see Heming, Cartulary, p. 253; Geoffrey de Mandeville, p. 314), and his office of despencer was obtained by Walter de Beauchamp. It is usually stated that the Marmions were the heirs of Robert, but it is certain that much of his property passed to the Beauchamps (see Ancient Charters, p. 2; Geoffrey de Mandeville, pp. 313-15; Feudal England, pp. 170-76, 179-80, 194-5)." END OF QUOTE The above biography may be viewed at the following weblinks:


Haskins, Norman Institutions (Harvard Hist. Studies 24) (1918): 298–299 publishes a transcript of the charter of King Henry I dated 1123–9, by which he confirmed to Walter de Beauchamp the land granted him by Adeliza, wife of Urse d’Abbetot.

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Emmeline (d'Abetot) de Beauchamp's Timeline

Barley, Derbyshire, England
Age 24
Scrivelsby, Lincolnshire, England
Age 28
Eaton upon Tern, Shropshire, England, (Present UK)
Age 29
Clifton Campville, Staffordshire, England
Age 29
Elmley, Worcestershire, England
Age 49
Elmley Castle, Worcestershire, UK
Age 49
Elmley Castle, Worcester, Worcestershire, England
September 26, 1936
Age 49
September 26, 1936
Age 49